Monday, June 30, 2014
SDSU Researchers Win Half of GEN 10 Awards
Grad students and postdocs from SDSU took home 5 of the 10 GEN 10 Awards at last week's BIO International Conference.
SDSU GEN 10 Awardees: Brandon Kim (3rd from left), Tiffany Y. Liang (4th from left), Bryan Hancock (5th from left), Daniel Cuevas (8th from left), and Lauryn Keeler (10th from left). PHOTO: GEN
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Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (GEN) magazine last week announced the winners of its annual GEN 10 Award competition for research excellence among graduate students and postdoctoral researchers. In a ceremony that took place at the 2014 BIO International Convention in San Diego, GEN revealed that 5 of the 10 awardees were students or postdocs at San Diego State:
- Daniel Cuevas, graduate student in computational science
- Bryan Hancock, graduate student in cell and molecular biology
- Lauryn Keeler, graduate student in bioinformatics
- Brandon Kim, graduate student in cell and molecular biology
- Tiffany Y. Liang, graduate student in bioinformatics
The winners will receive $50 and a GEN 10 Award certificate. Great job, Aztecs!